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!- J , '..-l & ' '8 4Hs-' -H -l I .I' ''-.. I' O - i ,'' ! J '"' - " . ' "" ' ' "' j. ; . y.-.i - . . - - ---:.-! ; - --; . ...... ' , . ' -.. t ' i ' ; i i 1 i ! ' "-'
tv: Ttio ; f""ar to i-zr ver. I;
ubscnbers ;.who "win
m at. one payment,
year at 1 wo Dof -
the game class shall
y Jiti aJvance the som of
iltt aerms fhall .continue,
bfrbuaried as other iqbscri
do hiot pay dnt i'nj the year
4l i fefe Oo! ! a r s In a H c a?es . -
cJ Iff l-iUhnitnifcd ! bat attbeoD-
mlessll arrearges are paid
Pri f U certainly not be at-
u iKHri Iwf JP" ! ' rv
;u irTiLhMAHttie for the .first insertion
ivAi:j:ifiM Vtulintr $q?ikre J or each in
1 i JjihailldreffiiseHy the year.
EiEiSitiM .firi'tl' ;W inserted for less
4 VlXWllSIf i
UUUiluucu uiiui wiuna
where no directions
nun f i r r iii
1 .Ml - -
55 a 60
! 8 a 9
! 25 a 30
br. 10 a 12
loaf, 19a 20
Salt, j $1 624
raltowvl 10 a 12d
Tobaftfo; ; 8 a .20
rowfinenli a 20
'V heal, (bushel) l
; a 00jilola$ses,
35, a 40
IVaiileut, 7i a. 8
Sosar blown, 8 a 10
'. - v tJi- It
Lump, J Id
Loaf, 18 a.20
Salt; - f 5 a PO
t Sack, $21 a 2 75
CotUin bag, 20
Hale rpe, 8 a "12
kVheat 1 25 a I 55
iVhiskcy 00 a 60
13 ai 14
I Jzl- ' if?
Wool. 25 a 30
jrP 8ff ails cut Jissor. 7SFt 9
wrnuRht 16 a 18
9 bushel If a 50
pa 75 a $1
inseed 1 10 a 125
k lOOlhs 6 a 8
tie 1 001 bs $51 a Ml
STM I War Fib ; JO
f m W k $2 75
!M6iStfU-Amer. 10 a
' I 14
12 a 14
!:tE. r2,iTeaJiihoe. 81 a SI 871
pillfJrEU. aboulthe last of
r t ztr 's'Mwi huh sunscriDer, ai i mat
Lv trade., has
r.!hf )a;fnf iiiiL' W thin visage i
4f illir scr k?i one of his! Ws
?M kHy6d'ioibl oh :'ihe rishtl
tNrtiihn below the elrjw'oe
! a)iii IHts fteeJs ha?e been frusftd,
n wmMW$i!1 t'pon them. Cole-
:?v ia ttpsi pr.able that he roayf, be
7t"y wnue man, qameo
jjfeil$ft;ihe neighborhood' -about
lfat7p4-wili give 4 re-)-l(fts
to any one who- wiH.de-r
ti rjearjB ok Neal in Cam p-
f "Met IM'injiif-irlion ; .j' ;? :
TfpbWeiK Va ? tr
: -s ...... I -
Pwf ft ntoltun,
Speaaarid .vjarter "Session's
4titkn for Partition.
m..X(tf iW'Biit l Ai
s-itfrilK-Uon ol the. Uonrt,
M&i an inhabitant of this
bTiltnld that nabliniatiun
UFTff fftcesvfcly n thb, Carolina
fi lmsidWilliain Smith ap.
p-r tM 1 m :W 'ht au n tyof IredHl at
W MMl U fleas and U'liMer
-i fe'J-; W?tlen ana there answer. Mead
f (, "it!tffssk au-ui. htm. AVimess, !
- "i' M1?-' it opr said oourt at.utace, !
it r.br.irif. 1839 - nd
. n i - j- - j -t i
"Ill ' . , mIti ' r .4 man M'n
tatfMii-fiiCj c i c
N ; , !. I THE HIGH IS II ED HORSE i V Hi 1
'm mm mr r m a r. m ww mm m.' irm kh mm k m i c i -
m- MMMJI MMM A MM MJ M UW MM M.m 13 MJ
W ILL1 tand
the ensoing season in Iredell
T f euuniy,
And ha let to mares at the redaced nriee
to mares at
of 55 the leap j 0 the season, and $15 the io-
surance ; or a company ot five mares at 4, $8
and 12. JVrsr.nB pntting by the leap iare at
liberty to fall inWlhe sea&on; . the leap money
to go in part pay : jthe season and leap money
ti be doe at th end of the season : the insor
an: as swin as tje mare is discovered to b in
foal or the proppfiy chanfed.' The season t
commence the March, and end oa the 25th
June. i All rar ill be ta Irea to prevent acci
deat;bat no liability for any. j . .:f;
' OiZXffs a beautiful porrel, full
16 hands high, bttse form and figure, ten year
old this Spring.! His colts not to be excelled in
form, figure or action U ; j
OJSHMj Iwarbred by Col John J
Moore of Suth Carolina, oo.t of his fin mare
Josephine, sired hy Col. Richard Singleton's
celebrated horse Crusader, as per certificate an
G. Wi cniprv:'
SILAS D. SHAKPE.
.;. March 25f I8S9. ;. I, , ,;
(Cyrr.y Ma. Riciiaiid Sin
gleton's CERTIFICATE. I do
certify, that the bjy mare I sold Col. John
J, More,r called Josephine, dam of his
imrso i.iermom, j wag urec ty me, nnrl got
by n fifdford borif? j! rancd out of Roxana,
hv the Old ImpDrterJ Bedford; her dam, my
favojite and celebrated ruare Pandora, by
the nori Old iibrse BlUir, of Virginia ;
U dam Soldier ; i g. dam Oscar ; gee
da m JMerry I Tom;'jg. g g. g. d a m C r a w ford,
bti' f a Si Tver Eve mare, puichased by the
latH Col Richark
i . "
BUnd, from Col. Alex-
aner Boiling, ai
one of his best bred mares
Given under my
( Signed RICHARD BLAND
5 T". ... R
A. true copy fro
it the original in Mr. Rich-
ard Singleton's . U
and . wntint! . now. tnv in
JOHN J. MOORE, j
ify, that the sorrel col
I do hereby cer
Oaklv, rather. abo
fore foot white,
ye fifteen hands high, left
bis day sold bv me fo Dr
William Ballard, jjwas got by Mr. Richard
Single-on's f elebriBted horse Ciusader, oni
of the mare Jospprjine, alluded to in the a
hove Crrlifirateilj and4 was foaled in the
Spring of 1829, ai will appear by refi-rence
to SkinnerV Tulr
Register, Vol. 2, page
JOHN J. MOORE, t
NoyEMbER 115, 1833
.Al the f qii8t of Mr. Sharpe. I have
examined the Turf Register, and find the
above Certificate f)f Mr Bland and Col
Singleton. Vpl. -.2nd, Page 517 correctly
given. I find also! -in the list of JosephineV
produce, in tjie sajne page, the fol lowing
entry. ' OAKLYfch c. foaled in , Sprii g
1829, by CtUsader,"
II. C JONES.
THIS is to give jhptice, that the annual ex
amination of the pupils of this insiitution
will not be public asl!eret(;ftre. -i :
By order of ihe j i
, U OAR U OF TR US TEES, j
Salem. Stokes co., Nf. C. April 6, 1839 6t?8
I ' ! !
EOUS3 ilHD laOT
.1 jnllE Subscriberb(iogc dessirops of emigra
i ting westwardi ill eellio the highest bi(j
der on the 28th day bf iiMay 1839,! (if uot sold
prirMely befutd.) his j J
HOUiSE M "LOT
in the town of Moeksi-ille, N. C. It is pleas
antly, situajed hear thi Court House, and: well
improved .." .'. '.-' L .:t ..'..; -' r v i'-"-'' : "
Terras. One third cash, the balance in two
equal instalments, Jr six and twelve months
credit-, -with' bond audi approvtjd security. r
I j lAVlLEY MLOWRT. :.
Mocksville pavifflco. N. C. ? f '.' ;..
May'6ih; 1839 1 - ; , 3w41 ,r
" NE ortwu JfurnfeymenTailors. to whom
JF o.mkI wages It ml constant emp'ojfme.nt
will be givea. None need apply but good work-
men ana sieauv uiru.
" HQRACE H. BEARD.
- Salisbury, May 10, J8S9 tf41 -
JLM. .Sreetfuiiyi tenders bis professional services
toiw citizens, any those ut the Kurr;unou.g coon-
try. His office
he can bf found
taat jQol Longs Hotel, where
times,: except when ab-
sent on crofesaktnal dalles. ;
Salisbury, itty 31 1839 t
-C3L J ilSL Lfl-y JUA VJL JL
flf :j ChV tpirits isa certain state, Ibemjnd
Iflhi Ireommnied bf tndifffcstibd. iwhereitrUbe
greatest evils are apprehended opooy the alfgM j
Ancient medical w r i ten so nni sed th ia disea 94
Ho jbe fonfinftd to tbwte par'icutar regmna.onih
abdomen, technically cawed nypocnonona vfificor
are situated on the right or left side of tbatcav-i
ity, whence comes tn! name nypocngaanasis. '
j Tht common corporeal symptoms tre flatplen-
!cy jin: he stomach or - bowels," acrid isiMctafibns,!
jcUenes!5, spasmodic pains, giddinrssj dim 6 ess
kff tiff It. oaf Dilations, and often an utter inbiiitv.
jnf fixmj the attentign upon any jubbti of im
port a ore, or engaging in any
jmaiidf -rigor or courage; Also larignldoesa '
jipa r-jfia opcoaies irmaoie, inongniiBjf,oesponi
jjiigj mllaochoJIy, and dejected, accomjar1ied frith
'a' ttaf derangement of the nervouij Sisleo,
rbe mental ft-elings and peculiar trajia of iileas
flha't Haunt the imagination and iOjetnlmn
Jthejjugment exhibit an infinite diveityj fl'Le
wise-scana oesioi men are as open iQ tiu auiic
jiiuh'althe weakest. -"!.!, Hi -If'
!: - CAUSES. i ; I: J
! A sedentary life of any kiod,
vere-sjudy protracted to a late hoar in) the night.
and rarely relieved by eocial intercourse, or :tx
ierciseja dissolute, habits great excessin! eatjng
jjandj drioking, the 'imnDoderate j use bf tittrcry.
.violeni purgatives, the suppresMon o- someia-
P'toai qtscnarge, (as, tne oosirucuun ui tne men-
besii 'bj loiig continual eruption' i relxation or
p(jDiiny or one or more imponant organs wiimn
ihe abdomen, is a frequent cause.
fl ,' TREATMENT.
j fTheJ principal objects of treatment arf, to re
move iindigesiion. to strengthen; ihe pody, nd
to ehljyen the spirits, which may be promoted'
if exercise, eary hours, regular meats, nd
f:ea$ani conversation. The liowels i(;ostjr0)
tnigearefolly regulated by-the occasional jbs
of a mi Sd aperient. We know noUhing beiter
(!alcp!iied to obtain this end, than ! SEJlsWilllkm..
vain'j Aperient PiNs being mild jaft'd' jcerikih
h ttieiq opriation. The bwls ;bjiH iic.
leal', hiA inestimable :Cammile ripsi(which
artf ii)qie, anoilyne, and anti-&ps:oodi)Mef an
tjrifajli$e remedy, and without disn4 ;. hi ve
froed I gieat blessing -o,'the narbefol.oblp-. .;
"iSofiW nhvsirians have! recotnoriended f a free
us'e jufj ercury, but it .should not be lesorfcd
asj m ftja?iy cases it will ffreatlvuaifri?ate :thc
3ymptous. - i i .! fili J
n.j it- .! "-, - . if-i
Read tht Jollowmg interesting -and
-J I j i l i - tonishtng facts
StOHf TH 1 A. THREE Y EAUS' STA N!l)
iff u -Tl!1 r tvobert lon.roe, achoylKtui jaiUi eo
4il tbl above disiiessing mafaly. ! ttt plows:
--jG!rra.langour, fl -iinlency, distorbdlrest, jwr
vjduij hefdache, di3odty of breatlunfritgbtiss.
aiiVJ jstrilttire across the- breast, 'dizzlnsss, dler-
fouf irinaoiniy ano resui-PsnHSS cuuw ooi ine
njahujrz)ntal posiibnwithoul the fistiv;of
lipentlilfiff snfTtcai:on. oalntiation of Wii heir.
otalijesifrigroiigh, cuveness, pain ofihe sfom-
fvP4 0f!Ovv5inss, gr9air?emitiy a no Of-jriciericroi
We nerytus energy, ilr R. nrbfgaive!jup
ejirery floghi of recovery, and dire dspiir'sat.
mi the itunfeuance f evry perstm inff reHeJiin
s-exisieneer nappioess, mi py a;ehiei pe
4ied fin a pobtiir paper some cures j effected! by
Di Wm EVANS' MEDICINE in: his! cUh-
t 1 . i . . . . '. . . L . i 1 i i I i I S .
aiot, wnicn induced him i puiciiasai a j papjk
t bf khe Piis, whlHi lesotted1 in ItlimitelMlv
3rn0viri every symptom of his di$e;ase ; ?H
Hriihles )fa sav bis itiottve for this deciakHtUM'lis.
trtthqs afilicled with the same or aby iynrj
tums siiifilar to those from vvhicb he iii happily
restoredjmay likewise receive the inestimable
bHhtfit.! !- ' 'ai:!! '
!; 1 ApASEDF TIC DOLOREd'iJ fl
Mrs. J. E. Juhnsoh, wife of Cnpti. .Joepph
&hrjRort$ of . IjV'rir. ,: Mass was sevfiely affiii-jifd
ff tf rrlwars 'with Tie Doleren$, violentf 'ipai-n
nsner na.i, ana voratung wim a ourniingf Jifsai
pphe st,tnach , and unable to tmyp her .ropa.
She icrjulli fiiid no rtdief from the ad v ice, of so v-
ei.lphylictans, tior f.-om medicsines of any Ikirjfi,
opki j afr she had eommehred ufno Pr Eari'
rhe!dietnef 100 Chuham street, and from that
tiriie! shelbrffan tu amend, and feels ' satisfied! lif
H Coniijbbe; the medicine a few. day! iortf.
wijl ibe perteelly cored. ReffTence can be ld
a$ ;',to theJ tnith of ihfl above, by cnlliog at Mrs
JiHrtson1s datuiihiei's Store, 389 f Grand street,
fedjlVlrs Anne F. Kenny, No llol .LHifi
stjrfle4 betM een Stanton and HoiiPt; n st ,;alllcf-
ttjdjfyr tep years with the fonnTngB4ting''
sytn&toms: Actd ercctation. daily snasmodrc
pairis in the head, loss of apnMtte. oalpitattrl 4f
ofiejr heifrt. giddiness and dimness ol sigh.Wflld
nijt ie onher rioht side, disturbed rest.i u' ter ni
abrlty' off. engaging in any thing 'hat demam etl
vigitr! or Courage, some'imes a;'visivrjar Jdjlft tif
ar aggravation of her disease, a whimsical av
Kionjiio particular persons and places. gtbnndli'SjS
apprhnions of personal danger! rd poer j
atj iksomeness and weariness of life, discbntn
ted. disquietude on every alight i occasion m she
conceived she could neitherdic nor live; shetveipt.
Ia(p4ated desponded, and thought she led! a
mitmissrab!e life; never wasone so bid :wjti
frequent menial hallncinatiorts ! ' Ii i 1
Mjf; Keany had the advice of syeraHminent
pHysioianl.and had recourse to nomerohs imeilr
ciftei, bnl could not obtain even tempoary a!le
iauor oi jner otsiressing state, till her husoan
pefsadedlher to make trial of my mode bf treat
r!i.-: ; ; .i.---4t.!iH:-i
phe i mw- quite relieved, and j find j herself
not only efpable of attending'to her dcrbeseaf
rairS!but:i$vow8 that she enjoy as-gol' health
at preseot as she did at any period ot ber
teWVHf: ' ; :- i:; pi
? Kenny, hasHaod cf the aforesaid Arhie
hwurn before me, this 14th day of December,
Peter PixcKHET, Com. of Dteds.
Cjf ii& M A R K A B LE CAS E OF AC tl E
RiljUkriSM,nith an AflUctiohHMHhe
Lunoiclred under the treatment of iDodtof
WM; EVANSi0f Chatham eireeiew
YAlt; Mi Benjaatbr S J arris, 13 Centre :ja4
Newark,!. J., afflicted for four yejis!wptH
seijepej papain all hi joints, which we5apriy
inereased en the sligutesy,, motion, the toogu
preserrea a steady whiteness ; losofi appetite.
Off LOTV SPIRITS
flizziness in nis neaa, tneoweisejccmoniy ve-
ty costive, the urine htghj coloared and often
profuse sweatings unaiieoded by relief. ; The
bto symptoms were al attended with consid
erable difficulty of breathings wifh a . sense ; of
tUbtne8s across the chest likewise a great want
of dae energy in the nervous system, j 1 j f i
;The above symptoms were entirely removed,
and a perfect core effected br Dri VVm Evans.'
i i i ; BENJ.t J JARV1S.
- City of JVeu? York, at, i . : I " .
Benjamin S Jariis being doly sworn, dotb de
pose and say, tbatiJ he facts staled In the a
bote certificate, subscribed br him are in jail
i respects true. RENI.SS, JARVKL
Sorn before me, this 2 )h of November, 1836.
WILLIAM SAUL Notary Public, 96 oaa-
bold by the following Agents. I 7
GEORGE m MOJW. SalUburyl'JV:C.
JQILYJ IJYGUS (Bookstore) Chew S. C.
J. H.JJXDEUSOJVi Camden, S Ci i i
U JOUJYHUGGIJYS Columbia. S C.
n JVASOJY,&L Coi RdleighSJV. C.
Wdy 10, 1839ly4l 1 ; I
gl'he following i beautiful and touching lines
from Blackwood's Magazine, are; said to be from
be pen of Dr ; More,, a physician near Ed
inburgh, who contributes tp thai periodical uiider
the signature of Delta. I i
! WEE WILLIE.
Fare thee well oar last and fairest !
Dear wee Wilhe, far! tbee velj j r
He, who lent thee, hath recalled thee
Back with Him and His to dwell, i
Fifteen moons their silver lustre, ; - . L
Only o'er tby brow had shed, i
When thy spirit joined the seraphs,
And thy dost tha deid. J
Like a sunbeam,: throrigh our dwellinjr.T
Shon thy preseoce)bight and calm ;
Thou didst add a zesi to plea so re-
To our sorrows thoa wert balm i
Brighter heamed tbine eyes than summer
Ant thy first attemptlat speech; i ;
Thrilled our heart-stringy with a rBpture-l;
ojusic neer couiu reaco. ii
As we gazed Upon thee sleeping. . j ;
-With I by Hoe fair locks omspread,
lhoo didst seem a litue angel, j u ;
tin r '' -l . . ' . '
wnorrom naven to earth had strayed :
And. entranced, we watched . the vision,
Half in hope, and half affright, !"
Lest5 what we deemed ours, and earthly,
Should dissolve in ligpt. ! f j -
otows oyftxfantled hill jnd and valley,
j Sullen louds begiim'd the sky,1; l
When the first, dear dinfbt oppressed os,
. That our child was doomed to die 1 ' I
Throa;h each long nigHt-rv atch, thq tapei.
Showed the hectic of ithj cheek ; ! j
An each anxious davnlbeheld thee- ' 1
i Li '&
Jilore worn out, and weak, j I
n ' 1 ' I ". ; ' ; , ' ' l-
Twas even then Destrtijpt ion's angel, J!
ShMk tiijr piniojns o'erlour path, .. j
eized the siesVof our household,
j : Andstrvrk Charlie du?wn in death ! i
j ' : -! 1 i J . -s
Fearful awful! -'Desolation ; - '"' . i
i j i s i i .
i On our Imtel set his fc.fgn ; i I i
And we turned from his lad death bed, i
i . - ' 1 - J i s
Willie, round to ihme !
i " "-' i 1 i
As the beams of spring's first morning
Throogh tbe silent chamber played, j
Litfeless, in mine arms 1 Raised thee,
Arid in tby small coffifi x& M !
rtte the day -star with tile darkness ! !!
Nine times bad trijmpliani striven.
lu one grave had met yoqr ashes, H
Anu your, souis in neavn r
r-." I ii - ! I:
were ye, the beauteous blossoms
Of bur hopes, and hearts, and huarlb ; I
j Three fbrj us yigiaddrn earth. ' )
Thee, our hyacinth, ga'yj Charlie . 4
' Willie, thee ouflnowdrop pore,
BMck to us sImII second spring ;ime '
Tever mere allure. I I !
I: - H -'.: ; i
Yjetvi white thinking, oh,-our lost ones !
Of Jiow dlear ye werefto os, 1 j
Why shoultj dreams of oubt and darkness
Haunt our troubled spirits thus t I
y h? , across the cfIdt dim church yard,
Flit oar visijns of despair j
Seated oo the tomb, Faithy angel J 1
,: SaltbYearenottbr Z
VVbere; then, are ye ? Jwith i Ithe Saviour
s Diest torever Diest, pre je,
'Mid the sinless little ctilldreo i Ii
, Who have heard b M.'jCwne ttnvlj
,'Yond the shades, ot death's dirk valley,
liNow ye lean urvn bif breast' If,
AVhsre theiWieked darlnot enter; w
'. ,- ' A -i. -' L. '- . I,--- - . -.
- ine weary resiy- .iy;?:A !- .... - .. .. .;
I . ; " ;WELLEKISiS.s!f ! - i
'Remember me to your folks? as the dot: said
en be look the little grla meat away from bet1:
'Are Ton looking for ahy.one in particular f'
aa the tat said ten he sawlthe cat fa'.chihg hint.
' 'I got some very urgent busines! on band,' as
fox said yen the dogs fas after hbo. . r 1 1
. How sharp your toe nails isas the man said
n he cotched the hornet! ' t ; - 1
'You hurt my feelings extremely, ai the cat
sua ven the dot ptoche her tail.
s - i t t 5 -i ; I !
- ' i ' '." I i ' ! Li
J From hamltrta Edinburgh Joitrrial.
THE FORTUNES OF A COUNTRY
One d-y, I v?i!l not say how many years
agt, for I intend to be very mysterious for
a time with taj readers a young woman
stepped jfrorh a country wagori, that had just
arrived Et the ylardgate of the Chelsea Inn,
the G;al and the Compssses. a name' form
ed by corrupting lime out of t'te pious ntU
ginil HSrtd encotnp?8$eth u.' The young
woman seemed I about the age of 18,1 and
was decentl- dfested; though in the plain
est rustic fashion of the times. She was
well fortifed arid well looking, both form
and looks giving indicitions of ruddy healih
consequent upon exposure to the sun jand
air in the country. After stepping frorti the
wagon, which ihe driver immediately! led
into the yard the girl stood for . a moment
in apparent uncertainty whither to go, when
the mistress of the inn, who had come to
the door, observed her hesitation, "and ask
ed her to enter and take resu The young
woman Readily obeyed .the invitation, land
soon, by the kindness of the landlady, found
herself by the firesid - of a nicely sanded,
parlor, i ltd wherewithal to refresh herst4T
after a l ing and tedious journey.
And so my;poorirl,' said the landla
dy,! after having .beard, $n return for her
kindness the wholA psrttculars of the young
woman's situation and history, u.so thou
bas come all this way to seek service, and
: hast no friend but John Hodge, the wago
ner ? Truly, lie is like to give the but
; small he!p,wench,towards getting a place.'
Is service, then, difficult to be Had?"
asked thle young woman sadly. ;
"Ah.'marry, good situations, at least, are
hard to find., Bjit have a good riearijchild,"
said thej landlady, and as she continued,
she looked around with' an air of pride and
dignity ;j "and left the country a young
thing jnsi like thysell, with as hitle to look
but 'tis n7t
every; one for certain.. that
must look for ?uch a Ifortune, and in any
jcase it oustbej wrought Cor. I showed
imvself a good servant before mv Door old
bacob, heaven rest his soul, made me mis
tress of the Goat and Compasses. So mind
j j The landlady's speech might have gone
pn a long way for the dame loved w ell
the sound of her own torrgue, but for the
Interruption ocasioued by the entrance oi
a gentleman, when the landlady rose and
kyelcomeld him (heartily
I lla! idame.V said the new comer, whp
Ivas: aJSluUjeipectably attired person dj
middle age, how sells the good ale ?
Scarcely a drop left lnUhy cellars 1 hopel?
! . Enough left to give your worship
draught ifier a! long walk," as she rose
fulfil the proiime-im plied in his words.
I walked riot,'' was the gentleman
return,1 but took a pair'of oars, dame,dojn
the riverl Thou knowest 1 aiways come
to Chelsea myself to see if thou lackest
atiy thing." y - -
VAh, ir,n replied the landlady, "and
is bv that wav of doing business that ysu
have inatie yoqrself, as all the city says,
he richest man in the4 Brewers Corpora
pOnl if not in all London itself.'-'.
1 i Well, darne. the better lor tne it it is
o:,' saidj the brewer, wit a smile , bjut
(et us have the mug. and this quite pretty
friend of thine shall pleasure us by tasting
Tfe landlady was not long in producing
$toup pf aJe, knowing that her visit
.never set am example hurtful to his own
interests bv countenancing the consump
tion of foreign spirits, i J
, bostess," said the brewer, when
it, u well-made and well kept,and
that is giring both thee-aod me our dues.
Now pretty one," said he, filling one ef
the measures of glasses which had been
placed beside the stoup. "wilt thou drink
tliis to thy sweetheart's health ?" P
The poor country girl, to whom this
was addressed declined the proffered civ
ility.! and; with j a blush ; but the landlady
ejxciaimei' Come, silly wench, drink iJis
worsbin'i health : lie is more likely to del
thee a service if it so pleased him, thin
Jihn1 Hodge, the wagoner, '
"This IgirHfTas come" many a mile
ebntinued the hostess, Mo seek a place
town, that shejmay burden her family " bo
more, at home."
1 4To seek service." exclaimed the brew
er: why ihen t is perhaps well met . wtih
uk Has she brought ajrrharacter with ijer
or can you speak for her, dime V j i
I 'She has never et been from hotne.sjir.
but her fafee is her ebirater,' said the kibd
hearted land-lady ; fl warrent she will
aldiligentiand jrnstv one."
Upon !thy prophecy Hostess, will 1 tz
her into my own service ; for but yesler-
ilav was rur hnusekeeDPr cdni plaining bf
the want jotjiVlp, since this 'deputysllip
brought me rafe into the way, of enteriiai-
nlhg the people of the ward."
; Ere thef wealthy brewer and deputy left
the Gist and Cowpastes, arrangeroe its
were made for sending the country gtrl to
his bouse in trie city oo the following d ly.
Proud of liaviog done a kind action, he
garrulous hostage took ad vantage of I be
cireumtmce ta deliver an immensely leng
harangue io the moman on ber new dutief,
'il on the dangers to which youth is expoied
in large cities J The girl heard her benefac
tress with modest thankfulness, but a more
minute observer than the good Inn,'
might have seen in the eye and co
nance f the girl a quiei firmness t.f
pression such as might haye iudurrd
cutting short of the lecture. Hor. c
the landUdy's lecture did! end,and tnv.
ibe even ofj the day following her an i
at the Goat and Cm passes, the ye n
rustic found herself installed as houst r
iiffhe dwelling of the rich brewer.
The fortunes of ihi girl it is our j
pose to follow The ftrt ctsangf in !
condition which took place ibs qn .
that related was her elevation to the 3"
post of housekeeper to the brewerVi f
ily. In this stiuaiion -she was I rr
more than forth rrly in cmitact Kviih
master, who found ample means fm is.
ri ng her propriety of conduct, as v. 1 .
her skilful economy of manafemeiit
degress be be;gan t find! her preseni e ;
cessiry to hi? happiness; and being 3 i
of both honbrabie and independent r.:
he at length offered her his hand. Ii
accepted ; and she, who but four or '
years ago had left her country hone t
footed, became the nvife of one of the ri
et citizens in London. i
For mmy yearn Mr. Aylesbury, for
was the name of the brewer, and his .
lived in happiness and comfort tojjet
He was a mar. of good family $f connexi i
and consequently f higher bteedin;? t'.
his wife could boast of, but oh no v:
sion bad he ever to blush for1 the ntir:;
he had chosen Her caln, inborn str i
if not diffuity. of character, conioined v, r
an extreme quickness of-perception, nr
her fill her place at her husband V t.'
with as much grace and credit as if
had been born "to' 'the'': station. : Aa i,
lime ran on, the lespectability of T!
Aylesbury's position received a gradual ,
crease. Ha became an alderman, and ?i
Isequently a sheriff ol the city, and
cansecp'ence of the latter elcv3tinn
knighted. Afterwards -and now a
of Ahe mystery projected at the coiumt r;
reiit of this sfory must be broken in t ,
as far as time is cencernedr afterward i
important place which the" wealthy brc
held in the city called down upon him i
attention and favor ol the King . Clnirir
then anxious 40 concilisie the good will
thi r.itizpns. and tfie' citv knii!it n-rn
farther honor of baronetcy.
Lady Aylesburyjln the "first year of !
married life, cave birth to a dauehtcr. v
proved an onljt eblld, ai.d round tv fin a ,
was natural, all the hopes and isi.e.
the parents entwined themselvtg, 'i ,
daugjhter had only reached the oge of f :
enteeu, when her father died; le ivii; ;
immense fortune behind him. It v. ;
first thought that tbe widow U her ib:
ipr would become inheritors of this v. r
out the shadow of a dispute. But it r
otherwise. Certain relatives ol. the
ceased brewer set up a plea upon the f
datiqn of a will made in their favor l: ;
the tleceased bad become married.
i Wlith her wonted firmness, L'dy A) !
bury! immediately tok steps for c
dication of ber own and her child- ri
A young lawyer, who had been a fr q
guest at ber husband's table, and of v, !
abilities she had formed a high opit..
was the person whom she fixed upa
the legal asseiter of her cause. C h.
Hydf was, indeed, a youth of great hLk
Though only twenty-four years of t -.
the pieriod referred to,-and though he" .
spent much of his youthful time in th
ciety of the gay and fashionable f
day, he had not neglected thr pcrsuir
which his family's wish as well as Ins
taste had devoted him. But it vas
considerable i hesitation, and with a f. ; !
of anxious diffidence that he cm:senit
undertake the charge of Lady Aylcs' r
case; lor certain strong, though ui..-
unacknowledged sensations, were at .
in his bosom, lo make him fearful vl
rccponsibility and anxious about ll. j
The young lawyer, however, I
counsel for. the brewer widow and
ttr. and by a striking exertion of rU i
and display of .legal ability gainc-d t
suit. Two days after, the sum
pleader waj seated . beside his two ch
Lady Aylesbury s usual manner was r
and composed, but she now spoke v.
of her gratitude Jlo the prerver rf
daughter from want, tnd also tender1
MsntAnT wn ii m n n i 1 11 n I'l'n ii r I
casiou. . Tbe young barrister "did not r
at ease during Lady Aylesbury's txy.n .
of her fcebngv He sbtfteci upon I n d
changed bis color, looked to JUi A
bury, played witlr the purse felV re I
tried to seak; but slopped fehfrt ad i
ed coloi again Thinking rn! . f be!'
pressing her own gratitude;, Lid) AK.
aprx-ared ntt to observe ber vitcr'.- cr
- ... .. airini. 'In tosUl I.
hold your services above rompensatir
the way of money, I wish also to ivr :
s memonal of my gralitnde in $u :
shape.' As she spoke tbus'shedrew a In:
of keys from her pocket, which every I
earned in bose days, and left the rc r::.
What passed during tbe absence bcty
the parlies whom she left together, r ill
best known by the result. When L
Aylesbory returned, she found her dr.
standing;witb averted eyes, but her I
witbio that of Edward Hyde, who l:z
tbe mother's entrance and besou-.t ! c
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